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Rabhasa Movie Review-2.25/5

Rabhasa Movie Review!

Movie: Rabhasa Rating: 2.25/5 
Banner: Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Productions 
Cast: NTR, Samantha, Pranitha, Brahmanandam, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Ajay, Jaya Sudha, Nazar and Others Cinematography: Shyam K. Naidu 
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao Music: S. Thaman 
Producer: Bellamkonda Ganesh Babu Story, Screenplay, Dialogues and Direction: Santosh Srinivas 
Release Date: August 29, 2014

What Is Good

Brahmanandam Comedy
Female leads Oomph factor

What Is Bad

Under developed Screeenplay
Predictable Narration
Routine Story.

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Rabhasa Review - Story

Indu (Samantha) tries to escape her friend from a marriage, when Gangi Reddy’s son Bulli Reddy tries to marry her. Accidently Karthik saves Indu’s friends life from Gangi Reddy and his gang, from that instance Indu starts searching for him. Dhananjayalu (Shayaji) father of Indu, who is against the love marriages, So Indu doesn’t want to fall in love. But, her heart wishes that her boyfriend should be like the one who saved her friend from the goons. In the meantime, Karthik’s mother (Jayasudha) asks him to marry his niece who turns out to be Indu. But by that time, Indu starts liking Vamsi (Nandu) and Karthik helps her to find her love. This makes both of them turn good friends. Will Dhananjayalu accept Karthik’s love? Who is Nandu? Will Gangi Reddy leave Karthik alive? In short a same old routine family drama which we have been seeing from years concludes the things.

Rabhasa Review - Star Performance

On the acting front starting with Jr. NTR, we have seen him this kind of Character before, but this is no Brindhavanam. Here Jr NTR is serious, strong and romantic all in extreme doses and delivers the right tone for the film as a whole. Pranitha Subhash, puts on a great show of beauty, but the performance in the film is by Samanth Ruth Prabhu as spunky girl. Her portrayal of Indu is real and seems effortless with the ease she essays it. Brahmanandam is excellent as Raju, leaving no room for anything but praise. Naagi Needu, Shayaji Shinde, Raghu Babu, Nasser and Ajay are good in their limited roles. Brahmaji, Tanikella Bharini and Nandu just made their presence felt. Veteran actresses Jayasudha and Seeta didn’t have much to do in the film. Ali opening scene evokes laughter but the repetition of similar scenes bores the audiences.

Rabhasa Review - Techinical Team

Story of this film is routine. After the passable first half, we are introduced to the drama and over dose action of the second. Where Indu comes to know about Karthik. Even Vamsi also surfaces. Santosh Srinivas has fallen into the formulaic pattern more so in the second half. As a writer, Santosh Srinivas writes a routine first half. He has of course the wonted songs, over dose of fights with unwanted graphics and romance complecting in his script. Santosh has given Jr NTR the scope of doing a bit of everything – dance, fight and perform. In the process, Santosh failed to evolve every aspect in the film, it neither completely satisfies fans nor the regular audiences. Director even inspired from films like Siddhu From Srikakulam, Gunde Jallumandi,Chennai Express, Allari Alludu, Ready, Dhee for this film.

The running time of the film is around 162 minutes, long by some standards, But Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao might have faced a tough task in editing the film as the director lost grip on the story while scripting the screenplay. Coming to Music by Thaman SS, there are a couple of hummable tracks, mainly the “Rakhasi Rakhasi” and the romantic “Attu Ittu” , but otherwise not exactly a musical hit. The re-recording of the film didn’t sound so great on screen. Directorially Kandireega by Santosh Srinivas was a far more superior and funny, which had some decent character arc’s to the lead actors, Rabhasa is not necessarily a step back, but definitely a step forward in another direction (Commercial), as far as film is concerned. Even though it is a sincere effort on his part, the screenplay does not have the required depth to take the story or the family parts (too many subplots) forward in its narrative.

Cinematography by Shyam K Naidu is neat. Dialogues scripted by the director himself are good in parts. The fights are major drawback of the film and graphics supporting the fights completely takes off the natural look. Production Values of Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Productions are rich.

Rabhasa Review - Analysis

Rabhasa would have been a far better film, had the screenplay been more liberal with expanding on key elements and developing the sub plot in a more engaging manner. Don’t do to the theatres just by seeing the name of Jr NTR or Santosh Srinivas, who had directed a decent and funny family subject Kandireega. It is not known where all his skills in penning a decent story and screenplay have gone. The first half tests the patience of the audience and the second half is predictable, but works a bit due to Brahmanandam’s episodes in the middle. If you’re Jr NTR fan, then Rabhasa comes with a one watch tag. But if you are looking for something different, it’s better to wait for its home edition.

Rabhasa Movie Update!

Film begins in Nellore with a marriage scene.

Samantha enters into the scene to help her friend.

VV Vinayak’s voice over introduces us about the villain Shayaji Shinde Terrific entry by NTR .

TIME for the first fight with Raghu Babu and gang.

NTR challenges Shayaji Shinde and warns him that he will destroy mayor’s Kingdom.

Maar Salam song begins in village backdrop. Energetic steps by NTR.

Family scenes under progress.

Jayasudha and Nasser appear as NTR’s parents.

NTR plans to woo his maradhalu Samantha and some teasing scenes begins between the lead pair.

NTR mistakes Pranita as his Maradhalu.

NTR forms anti lovers squad along with his friends to impress Pranita (Bhaagyam) Samantha speaks to her friends about her mysterious lover.

Time for the hit song in the album, Raakasi Raakasi.

Comedy fight under progress between NTR and Raghu Babu gang.

Bhaagyam expresses her love to Karthik (NTR).

Karthik comes to know about the twist behind his love.

Heavy action sequence between Karthik and Shayaji Shinde’s gang.

Third song Garam Garam Silaka is filled with NTR’s mass steps and Samantha’s glamour.

Villains Shayaji Shinde and Ajay comes to know that NTR (Karthik) is their common enemy and time for intermission.

Second half begins and Samantha reveals her flashback.

NTR trying to save a couple and heavy action episode at the moment.

SS Thaman’s background scores elevated the fight sequence.

NTR and Samantha gets shelter in Jayaprakash Reddy ‘s house and a major confusion begins with comedy scenes.

Nenu kodithe coma loki veltharani vallu vellu cheppatam thappithe naku kuda teliyadhu – Comedy King Brahmanandam enters.

Hilarious scenes at the moment.

Karthik understands that Indu is confused with her lover.

Shayaji Shinde and Ajay plans this strategy.

Romantic song Hawa Hawa begins. Both NTR and Samantha are looking good.

Brahmanandam begins his comedy. Hilarious scenes under progress.

Rib – tickling comedy sequence for almost 10 minutes involving all the major cast.

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